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This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
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There is and has been a devised plan to destroy the prevalence and power of the BLACK FAMILY. From our men being emasculated by the system and our women being brainwashed into taking on dual roles, the systematic dominance has been crucial to the Black Family. Judicial injustice, ADD, Child Support, Homosexuality, Unethical hiring with Women being hired before men, Illegal and Legal Drugs, Family abandonment and Stress have all been ploys created to fast-forward the destruction.
Let’s talk about it!
PART 2 ........There is and has been a devised plan to destroy the prevalence and power of the BLACK FAMILY. From our men being emasculated by the system and our women being brainwashed into taking on dual roles, the systematic dominance has been crucial to the Black Family. Judicial injustice, ADD, Child Support, Homosexuality, Unethical hiring with Women being hired before men, Illegal and Legal Drugs, Family abandonment and Stress have all been ploys created to fast-forward the destruction.
Let’s talk about it!
In this episode, Historian and Social Analyst, Jason Richardson and Dr. Rick Wallace Ph.D., a leading thinker in theology and psychology, will examine the current state of the black family in America and the impact it has had on the plight of Black America in general. The show will cover a number of subtopics, including:
The emasculation of the black male image
The exodus of black men from the home
The role that black women have played in the emasculation of black men
The massive impact that the devastation of the black family nucleus has had on black youth.
The impact that colonization and slavery has taken on the black psyche and its subsequent impact on the black family internationally and here in America
Finances in the black home
The excessively high divorce rate among blacks
The decrease in the amount of black marriages.
The primary objective of this show is to identify and engage the enigmatic issues that are plaguing the black family, and presenting solutions that are both, preventative and reactionary. Both Rick and Jason have developed a reputation for shooting straight from the hip, and their unique styles have proven highly effective in garnering the attention of many families who are looking for a better way.
Tune in for a powerful and enlightening show.
Welcome to ABM (All Black Meditation) Radio. On this episode we discuss the black family in the context of racism. How did we reach the statistics that label the black family, the lack of community and the stereotyped social stigmas of today? What this means and how we can improve. We discuss this and more.
According to an article on YourBlackWorld.net based statistics provided by the Urban Institute, the state of the African-American family is worse today than it was in the 1960′s. Furthermore the article states that in 1950, 17 percent of African-American children lived in a home with their mother, but not their father. By 2010 that had increased to 50 percent. In 1965, only eight percent of childbirths in the Black community occurred out-of-wedlock. In 2010 that figure was 41 percent; and today, the out-of-wedlock childbirth in the Black community sits at an astonishing 72 percent. The number of African-American women married and living with their spouse was recorded as 53 percent in 1950. By 2010, it had dropped to 25 percent.
On BlackDemographics.com In 2010 48.8% of black men are “never married” compared to 45.2% of black women which is up from 44% in 2008 and 42,7% in 2005. Black men marry white women at twice the rate of Black women only 8.5% of married Black men had White spouses in 2010 up from 6.6% in 2005. 10.8 percent of African American men married outside their race in 2010 also up from 8.4% in 2005. Black women were the least likely to marry outside their race at only 4.6% in 2010.
Real Talk Live 216 will be discussing the infrastructure of the Black Family from the past, present and future. When it comes to the Black family where do we begin in rebuilding and stabilizing the black family structure? Can we really rebuild or is it totally a lost? As we start to rebuild the structure of the Black Family what are things that need to be omitted and added, for instance 'black absent father," or "at risk?" Where do we start in uniting and bringing the Black family together instead of tearing it down and ripping it apart?
This evening Real Talk Live will create a dialogue within our conscious as to why the Black Family and the community tends to lag behind other cultural groups, population or the published statictics near propaganda created to perpetuate the Black Family decline. Real Talk Live 216 will be discussing the problems of the Black Family while providing solutions.
Black family reunions: they’re not just a picnic, says Culture Freedom Radio host Mind Magick. “This past weekend I went to my first family renunion, on my father’s side. I got to see a lot of aunts and uncles I hadn’t seen in many years, and a lot of cousins I didn’t even know I had. And it’s a touching experience because, like, my aunt told me what my dad was like when he was young and how he used to get in trouble. And as soon as my aunt saw my, she started crying. She was so happy because it was like seeing her late brother again. You get to hear a lot of good things about your family that you never heard of.”
The current state of the black family is not a good one. Most of our children are being raised or were raised without a father. The void of not having a father in the household has greatly damaged our community. Never in the history of our people have we seen the level of disrespect,whoredom,immoral and rebellion in our children. We want to focus on the internal and external things that caused this. Our guest will be Nomja Muhammed from Nomja Reflects. She is a writer and advocate of the family. The vast knowledge this sister has on this subject will bring answers and solutions to our problems. Our goal is to heal and repair our broken family.